|Way to Die #248|
|Name of the death is a pun on "S.U.V." and "f**ked"|
|Date||April 20, 2007|
|Location||Santa Cruz, California|
| Episode this death|
was featured in
|"A New App Called Death"|
"F.U.v'd", is Way to Die #248, is the third death to be featured in "A New App Called Death", which aired on April 2, 2012.
Dr. Siraki is a sleazy sports doctor who, along with his patients, frequently use testosterone-boosting steroids. He also hates cyclists, and if he sees cyclists ride past him, he will start yelling at them even with no good reason that he lose focus on other things. One day, on a dirt trail, he is forced to slow down for two cyclists. He gets impatient and repeatedly honks the horn and yells at them, until he runs two cyclists off of the road out of spite. Siraki is so distracted in his rage and arrogance along with his wife yelling at him, that he fails to notice a flatbed truck carrying rods of rebar. By the time Siraki sees the truck up ahead, even he knows it's way too late; before he could apply the brakes, he rear-ends the truck, causing a rod to go right through the windshield and impale his skull, tearing out his brain stem, shutting down his heart and lungs; this resulting in his death and sending his panicked now-widowed wife running away, screaming in horror.
"Dr. Siraki thought he owned the road, to him a cyclist was a menace to his steroid driving, pumped-up lifestyle. But in the end, he went from road rage to roadkill."
- Dr. Boyd Flinders - Surgeon
- The doggerel quote is similar to Trailer Trashed, but the announcer said "road rage to road kill" instead of "road-worthy to road kill" in this one.
- Continuity: Siraki's wife is wearing a yellow dress throughout - however, after Siraki was killed, his wife is suddenly shown wearing a gray dress. Also, Siraki's clothing: a white shirt and a maroon tie, suddenly changes to light blue and his tie is striped once he gets killed.
- Revealing: When Dr. Siraki first gets into his SUV after yelling at a cyclist, you can clearly see a broken hole in the windshield - indicating that this scene was filmed later in the day, since the death scene was already shot.
- Crew or Equipment Visible: When Dr. Siraki is angrily honking at two cyclists during an overhead shot of the car, you can clearly see the action camera's shadow.
- Mal Conductor (Bad Driver) - Latin American dub.
- Ciclao (Cycled) - Spanish dub.
- FUV (Spike TV website)
- Bicycle Berserker